Has anyone tried removing the center console arm rest lid yet (storage compartment)? I took out the two screws at the bottom of it, but the plastic piece does not come out.
After you take out the 2 floor pan bolts, you should have room to get your fingers underneath the back piece of the center console to pop it off. Looks like it's held in by trim retainers.Has anyone tried removing the center console arm rest lid yet (storage compartment)? I took out the two screws at the bottom of it, but the plastic piece does not come out.
Pics attached.I still can't figure this out. I've looked at that diagram a bunch of times and it looks straight-forward, but I don't see which part to pull or pry apart. None of the plastic bits we budge that typically would snap off with some force.
No problem. I didn't bother taking any of the screws out in the picture. I'm just assuming those two hold the armrest assembly in place. Let me know if it gives you any issues.Wow, looks so easy when you see someone else do it. I'll get this done when I get home. Thanks a lot for taking the time to show this!
Ouch. Shoot me some pics of the piece you are trying to disassemble.I got the whole cover removed finally. But I am still unable to take the actual "leather" part of it off of the plastic underside. I ended up (unintentionally) snapping all of the side clips on the inside. It still won't come off. From what it seems, there are just two phillips screws at the bottom. I took those off. I don't see anything else holding the cover down, yet it just doesn't want to snap off.
Looking forward to it. So, what are your plans for the seats if you're not a fan of red? LolOhhh, I didn't even realize there were screws under those rubber bumpers. I only removed the other two screws that you see when you slide the thing forward. Thanks again! I'll post my results, probably during or after the weekend. I have no stitching skills, so going to recruit someone else to do that. Thinking of using blue thread to match the exterior. Definitely don't want red.